Dating a man who has never had a girlfriend

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Hello all Well I think you can guess what this thread is going to be about cant you.

I live in the UK near London, a city full of single people, but I cant seem to meet any! ), educated, decent job, you know the usual I suppose.

He probably didn’t realize that he needed a loveseat until he met someone he wanted to snuggle up and watch a movie with.

Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. Quit and forget about women for the rest of his life, or listen to his friends and relatives who keep telling him to never give up? Nobody should ever give up on looking for love or feel they are too old or inexperienced to try.

Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... Well I think I would wonder why he'd never had a relationship, there's obviously a reason but what? I think though that you might benefit from stopping by the Profile Review forum and asking for some feedback there. Have you any idea as to why you've never had a woman in your life, OP?

Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. If you've gone out with a guy a few times and you're really starting to like him quite a bit, and THEN you ask about his previous relationships and he's honest with you and tells you he's never had a girlfriend AND he's in his 40's or 50's. While it's admirable that you don't smoke or take drugs or get drunk, it seems the majority of your profile speaks to this and that might come across as a little 'off' in terms of sharing about yourself and what it is you're looking for. Part of compatibility is having shared somewhat similar experiences.

I think it's a valid question for someone to ask why you haven't had a gf at 50 I wouldn't spend time "wondering what was up with him." It's most likely that I wouldn't have felt much of a connection with him in the first place.

When I was 39, childless, and two years divorced, I thought I'd have the most in common with childless men, and met several other 39 year olds who'd never had any relationship to speak of.

Rather, you are holding yourself (and your suitors) to a high standard, and it seems that many of these boys are not seeing that they’ll get a good return on investment if they hang around while you discourage them. There are boys out there who want what you want, but perhaps you’re not noticing them, or hanging around them or encouraging them to approach you. They might also lack courage to approach you (especially if you are usually socially engaged with girlfriends).Honestly I would wonder why someone in their 50's has not had a girlfriend. I had a man in his 50's who has also never had a relationship ask me what the difference was between friendship and a serious relationship and it was a serious question for him.I just had to tell him that we were not compatible.I have tired internet dating, but without much success, I like them, or they like me but never seems to be at the same time!It never used to worry me too much about always being single, I focused on my education and career and told myself it would sort it self out one day. My question to the forum is - girls would you ever consider someone like me or avoid like the plaque, and guys anyone in a similar position? Some of the guy friends that I have had in the past have tried to well frankly put get in my pants and I have always discouraged them after that.

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